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  1. #11
    voyager56
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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    Its not dangerousto flash 37xx with original boot.bin from 34xx.
    I flash Asian FW to EU 1300 with Asian boot.bin not EU.I take Asian FW and flash.
    Asian FW work on EU nuvi that i tested with original asian FW (not change boot.bin) 2xx,2x5,2x5W,12xx,13xx,2xxx
    All work like charm.
    Perfect. But what about 37xx flashing to 34xx using boot from 34xx ?

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  3. #12
    turboccc
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    Works perfectly. HWID will change, but will come back to original value when flashing back to 37xx. Tested by SiamMarine.

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    And reboots, problem, problem,problem... Not so easy for right work...

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    voyager56
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander2010 View Post
    And reboots, problem, problem,problem... Not so easy for right work...
    Interesting. Wondering who is right.

  6. #15
    aekhong
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    @ turbo.,
    You know about that. ! We can go to 34xx by 34xx boot.bin
    The different is
    - with hwid 1101 --> boot = Fail
    - with hwid 1376 --> boot = Pass
    d82cfc21223312e6fa4fa417f8d74b34
    all reversible process.



    Logo above not from 34xxLogo.bin., just from 37xx Logo.bin file

  7. #16
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    Yes I know Boot fail is shown but there is no other side effect to it. Mine has been showing the same but I do not care.

    Regardless of any issues, you can always go back without problems.
    Last edited by turboccc; 4th November 2011 at 12:03 PM.

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    Navigation software expert Convert 3790/3760/3750 to 3490
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    Nuvi 34xx dont have in FW:

    B44EB2 - A2 0D

    3490 = A2 0D (DA2)

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    Anyone got touch problems after adding 37xx logo ? And no USB icon when attaching to pc-
    I went back to no logo version and no problems
    edit :I've 3790 US
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    So exactly which boot it is? form 37xx with HID 1376 or original form 34xx with no changes?

    I agree that nuvi 37xx is very resilient for foreign firmware. The only problem is, that sometimes it doesn't want to start at all
    Last time it started only after hard reset when connected to PC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kanopus View Post
    So exactly which boot it is? form 37xx with HID 1376 or original form 34xx with no changes?

    I agree that nuvi 37xx is very resilient for foreign firmware. The only problem is, that sometimes it doesn't want to start at all
    Last time it started only after hard reset when connected to PC.
    hwid 1376 on 37xx.
    I'd like to say 37xx is never die.
    I faced 37xx with black screen., no logo.., nothing on screen but "a little light" that let me access into preboot mode.
    So if your 37xx is dead and you don't want to get it then you can throw it to me.

 

 

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